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Associated Press
Nov 16, 2006, 1:01 AM EST


DENVER (AP) -Jonathan Cheechoo, who led the NHL with 56 goals last season, was forced out of the San Jose Sharks' 4-3 victory over Colorado after he injured his left leg in the second period Wednesday night

Cheechoo was helped off the ice after Avalanche defenseman Karlis Skrastins fell on top of him in the goal crease late in the frame. The star forward didn't return, and Sharks coach Ron Wilson wouldn't say how long Cheechoo might be out of action.

Wilson said Cheechoo would be evaluated when the team returned home. San Jose's next game is Saturday against Philadelphia in the "Shark Tank."

When asked where Cheechoo was hurt, Wilson said, "Low."

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Cheechoo injury not considered serious

Canadian Press
11/16/2006 8:12:35 PM


SAN JOSE, Calif. (CP) - Sharks forward Jonathan Cheechoo's left leg injury isn't considered serious and the reigning Rocket Richard Trophy winner is considered day-to-day, the team said Thursday.

Cheechoo was helped off the ice Wednesday night after Colorado defenceman Karlis Skrastins fell on top of him in the goal crease late in the second period of San Jose's 4-3 win over Colorado. The star forward, who led the NHL with 56 goals last season, didn't return to the game.

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